Currarong (Part II)

As the pelicans watched on, the kayakers readied for a trip out along Beecroft Peninsula.
Later that evening the Birthday Girl watched as the sun set then retired indoors to join in the general merry-making which lasted until 11.30pm!

Monday morning and the bikes came out. ET got lessons from the best and braved the mud tracks.

Harry and I walked out to Gosangs Tunnel to enjoy the coastal and bush scenery.

While we all partied and played, Stuart undertook some more serious solo training, paddling north to the Illawarra, camping and returning next day. He came back feeling rather lonely…

Currarong (Part I)

Margot called and we came. About 25 all up to celebrate her Significant Birthday. What better place than right by the boat ramp at Currarong.

Saturday started sunny as a group of us headed out as far as Beecroft Head surviving insults hurled by irate fishermen.The building swells rolled along the cliff making for enjoyable paddling.

Lippy’s Klepper rolled with the swells,
while ET and Gillian caught up with news.

A short paddle up the creek past curious pelicans brought us to some mangroves where ET proved she could fit comfortably under the bridge.

That night we partied long and hard,
before heading to bed by 10!